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How to reduce celluloid fat?

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how do i kill celluloid fat
Posted Sun, 27 Oct 2013 in Beauty
Answered by Dr. Surindher 52 minutes later
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Hi....did you mean cellulite? Cellulite is not because of fat.. if you do.mean cellulite it is because of skin toxins. Massages will help. But best would be to see you in person to decide The exact modality will be decided after that. Or you could send in pics of The area.
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Follow-up: How to reduce celluloid fat? 38 hours later
its no such abnormality doctor its just hard fat around my stomach. its hard to burn the hard fat.
Answered by Dr. Surindher 37 hours later
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Thank you for clarifying that..

IF is fat then yes Liposuction would be answer if you are open to any surgical interventions.

Liposuction is done using small 1cm cuts in different parts to suck out the resistant fat pockets to give you a more uniform look.

Healing time is a few weeks for everything to settle down and you need to wear a pressure garment under your clothes for a few weeks.

For more info please visit my website and look under "liposuction"

Thank you for your query

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